Australia: freedom of speech and insult in the High Court of Australia
Implied freedom of political communication - prohibition on the use of "threatening, abusive, or insulting words to any person" in or near a public place - interpretation - scope of implied freedom - deference to legislature - prohibition of incivility or intimidation as a legitimate legislative end
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